Is She Nuts, Or Smarter Than We Know? What Do You Make Of House Stenographer Dianne Reidy’s Flip Out On The Floor?


As Congressional lawmakers ended the 16-day government shutdown Wednesday night by approving a bill to resume funding for the Federal government through Jan. 17, longtime House stenographer Dianne Reidy caused a ruckus inside the House chamber by interrupting the vote and shouting, “the House is divided” and “this is not one Nation under God!”

Reidy’s outburst, captured by C-Span, lasted only moments before House security officials carried her away as she continued shouting, “You are all sons of the devil!”

The stenographer was quoted saying: “He will not be mocked! This is not one Nation under God. It never was. The greatest deception here is this is not one Nation under God! It never was. Had it been, it would not have been! The Constitution would not have been written by Freemasons! You cannot serve two masters! You cannot serve two masters! Praise be to God, Lord Jesus Christ.”

Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.), who banged her gavel and repeatedly shouted “Order!” throughout the outburst, told Fox News that Reidy “came up to the podium area beneath where I was standing and asked me if the microphones were on. I said that I didn’t know. I assumed that perhaps I was chatting too much to the helpful parliamentarians around me. Then she suddenly faced the front and said words like ‘Thus spoke the Lord.’ And, ‘This is not the Lord’s work.’

“I hammered to get control and hush her up. She said something about the devil. It was sudden, confusing and heartbreaking. She is normally a gentle soul.”

Reidy is a well-known and well-liked person on Capitol Hill, according to reports. Her outburst has been described as uncharacteristic of the 20-year veteran stenographer.

“She’s a well-known person, she’s a perfectly nice person, a good colleague, somebody who’s respectable and dependable, and this is very surprising to everybody who works with her… I don’t know, she just snapped,” a GOP aide told CNN.

Commenting under pseudonym “LiesAreSickening” on an International Business Times report about Reidy’s outburst, one person claiming to be “a close relative” of the stenographer, defended her actions thusly:

I am a close relative to Dianne Reidy and I assure you all, she does not have, nor has ever had, a mental disorder of any sort. She is the most loving person I have ever known and has been there for me since birth. I am not the religious type like she is, but the statements she made seemed more logical to me than any of those made by the government officials. I was so surprised when I found out, being that this was very out of character for her and she must have been feeling the frustrations of herself and the others around her to an overwhelming point. I applaud her for her courage in voicing the thoughts of thousands, I am sure. The fact that some of the people present are attempting to make her out to be mentally incompetent is ridiculous and only makes her statements seem all the more valid. Of course they would attempt to discredit her statements by making her seem unstable… that is a perfect example of the way our government handles and ensures their control over the masses of America. Dianne Reidy is a caring person, completely sane as well as highly intelligent and educated, and she does not deserve to experience slander of any type. I may not be able to call myself a devout christian, but I do know when someone is simply “off” in their logic with applying religious concepts to societal concepts– Dianne Reidy is not one of these individuals.

In the comments below, tell us what you think about Reidy’s outburst.

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  • LiesAreSickening

    If it is a question of sanity, then no, Dianne Reidy is not “nuts,” as you so professionally put it. Then again, I suppose you will only agree once her evaluation validates my statement… as I, without a doubt, expect it to do so.

    • Laverl Turley

      I do not expect her to be found sane, they have their people in all professions, so it would not be hard to find one that would protect them by committing her, out of sight out of mind.

  • Kevin

    Amen, Dianne, Amen ,

    • Shorty Stuff

      Unfortunately, she was the smartest person in that chamber.

      • Laverl Turley

        Unfortunately she will be made out to be a kook and a religious fanatic that is imbalanced mentally. This is the way they cover up their secrets and quell the peoples questions about them.

  • Alan

    In the sense that man cannot serve two masters she is dead on target. Being as she works within that den of iniquity known as the federal government, is it really any wonder she should one day lose restraint? It wouldn’t surprise me in the least if they had her permanently jacketed and tucked away from public reach within a heavily padded cell.

  • rb

    Time after time God has sent His prophets to leaders in order to warn them… just never know.

  • Deerinwater

    not nuts, just out of line with an unsolicited outburst during session.

  • Dianne Molander

    dianne spoke what most americans are thinking for years now…the insanity is in the chambers evil where she works

  • Harold

    This government? cannot stand the truth, Fraud of a president is a pathological liar, along with McCain, Holder, Finkenstien , Pilousy , and all the other hypocrites that are SUPPOSED TO BE REPRESENTING THE PEOPLE OF AMEREICA.

    • ImitateChrist

      Don’t forget the clown from South Carolina, Lindsey Graham

  • BrotherPatriot

    Of course you were going to hear from me on this one…
    …is this the time now where the average person, who becomes aware of the secret societies influence, is this the time where the average person stands up & says, “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!”…???
    There are Truths in what Dianne said…no matter how you try to put a spin on it. Personally, I think if the majority of America knew 1/2 of what I & others know and have been warning us about…this country would rise up against the “elite’s”. Much like back with the Morgan Affair of 1826-30’s.
    Perhaps this time we would be successful in removing the cancer…
    Hooyah & God Bless.

  • cincinnatius

    The sad thing about Ms. Reidy’s episode is that those in Congress did not stop, listen to every word, and go to their knees in prayer asking forgiveness and guidance! Read the book: The Harbinger, there’s more to come!

    • ImitateChrist

      Now we know their moral standing. They all have talking points about their beliefs in God, but when you come right down to it, they are ashamed of our Lord!

      • Liz

        Not ashamed, I wonder if they are afraid because of the Muslim Brotherhood members that O’Bama has appointed to his Administration or ACLU. You never know, these days the only people discriminated against are Christians and Jews.

        • Charlie

          Liz ,,, What Jews are you writing of ? The so called Jews in the state of Israel , hate King Jesus Christ……………..

  • Sam

    I believe she had a message for us. God has just about had enough of the idol worship, denial of God, and His Commandments. We will answer for our sins, every one of us.

    • ImitateChrist

      Amen Sam. God is sending those clowns a message. But the anti Christ is leading them to the slater.

  • Charlie

    Reidy ,,, working in Devil City as long as she has , probably knows what she’s talking about … IF? I could communicate by e-mail or ? ,,, I could ask a few questions of Her about The Bible and find out IF? She’s for real …

  • joe1cr

    Dianne Reidy is right when she said “the House is divided” and “this is not one Nation under God!”

    Our country was based on the Judeo-Christian religion and it’s time to put our god back into our schools, our courts, and our public buildings .It’s time to end the killing of our unborn 56 million and counting.
    It’s time to put the parents back in charge of their children
    My god we have sat by and are letting the lunatics run the alyssum.

    The President, Senators and Representatives that were elected by the people to work for them and they will perform the duties as outlined in the constitution. To the Supreme Court they also work for the people and will perform the duties as outlined in constitution. If they don’t want to work for the people , they can go to work elsewhere.

    All government departments except Treasury, State, Defense, Interior
    ,Postmaster General and Attorney General. Will be shut down turned back over to the states ,where they should have been left to start with.
    Our borders will be secured, all illegal immigrants will be process and return to their home countries. All foreign students will be sent home to continue their studies. Our colleges can hire more conservatives professors or lose some of their government funding. The liberals have controlled our colleges and secondary schools long enough.

    Last but not least public welfare has to be address , we can no longer keep people that cant or will not work. They can no longer expect to have free place to live, health insurance, food stamp debit card, monthly check, cell phones, free meals at school three times a day, clothing allowances and free gas for their autos. Women and their husbands, boyfriends, live in buddies bilk the tax payer year after year with no end in sight. With some it’s passed on from one generation to the next generation it has to end. They have made this their job!!!! This is the group that broke the social security fund thanks to L.B.J and brought down the housing market thanks to Barney Frank and Chris Dodd.
    NUFF SAID !!!

    • Liz

      Try to get people to believe you! They have been so brainwashed by government schools and media that they will never believe what you have said. Ask why Pilgrims came to America and they tell you “for economic reasons”, this is incorrect, they came here to escape the Anglican Church of England so they could practice their beliefs freely. Books are being rewritten everyday for school children and adults, not to state further facts but to deceive people. No one wants to look these facts up and I am sure someone will say I don’t know what I am talking about. Some NEW school books have already been questioned for trying to TEACH Islam in public schools under the guise of history while trashing Christianity. Just wait, it will get worse, especially if ACLU has it’s way because they said NOTHING about Atheists and Muslims stepping on our rights.

      • Charlie

        Liz, help joe find the Scriptures I ask for above and maybe We can learn something new…………..

    • Charlie

      NO!!! you have not said e-nuff,,, tell us the Scriptures for becoming a “”Judeo Christian””” with number and verse… Please …

      • joe1cr

        The traditional American philosophy teaches that belief in God is the fundamental link which unites the adherents of all religions in a spiritual brotherhood. This philosophy allows for no differentiation between them in this unifying conviction: “. . . all men are created . . . endowed by their Creator . . .” This philosophy is all inclusive as to believers in God. Although America was originally colonized predominantly by adherents of the Christian religion, and principally by Protestants, the Founding Fathers steadfastly conformed to this all-embracing character of the approach of the American philosophy to religion. This was expressly and affirmatively indicated in the proclamation of 1776 of the fundamental American philosophy, of its basic principles, in the Declaration of Independence. This was further indicated, negatively, in 1787-1788 by the Framers and Ratifiers of the Constitution–as a “blueprint” for the structure of the then proposed Federal government, with strictly limited powers–by not permitting it to possess any power with regard to religion. This implied prohibition against the Federal government was reinforced by the addition of the First Amendment expressly prohibiting it, through the Congress, from making any law “respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof . . .”–the words “an establishment of religion” being intended to mean, specifically and only, a church or religious organization which is established, supported and preferred by the government.

        The Declaration of Independence in this list of writings needs no explanation; but it is fitting to note the unusually interesting statement about it in the July 4th oration by Secretary of State John Quincy Adams in 1821 (destined soon thereafter to become President):

        “It was the first solemn declaration by a nation of the only legitimate foundation of civil government. It was the corner stone of a new fabric, destined to cover the surface of the globe. It demolished at a stroke the lawfulness of all governments founded upon conquest. It swept away all the rubbish of accumulated centuries of servitude. It announced in practical form to the world the transcendent truth of the unalienable sovereignty of the people. It proved that the social compact was no figment of the imagination; but a real, solid, and sacred bond of the social union.” (Emphasis per original.) He continued his eulogy by adding this poetic but just estimate of the Declaration:

        “It stands, and must for ever stand, alone, a beacon on the summit of the mountain, to which all the inhabitants of the earth may turn their eyes for a genial and saving light till time shall be lost in eternity, and this globe itself dissolve, nor leave a wreck behind. It stands for ever, a light of admonition to the rulers of men, a light of salvation and redemption to the oppressed . . . [as the delineation of] the boundaries of their respective rights and duties, founded in the laws of nature, and of nature’s God.”

        • Charlie

          joe ,,, thanks for your reply ,,, but ,, did not see any Scriptures… America’s first Leader for the first 31 years,,,a Pilgrim named William Bradford ,,, “Ruled” America with The Holy Bible as a Law Book and “”Way”” of Life… George Washington did not come along until some 150 years after William Bradford … The Declaration and Constitution has not and cannot replace The Holy Bible…
          The Battle cry of the Minute Men was : “no King but King Jesus” and King Jesus Christ is still The King of America.
          Believe only Salvation does NOT over rule Acts 2:38 or Galatians 3:27, and as confirmed by 1 Peter 3:21… Check it out ,,, IF? The Bible is wrong ? let us Know…
          Meanwhile … Praise King Jesus for Salvation and Healing… Acts 2:38 is salvation…

          • joe1cr

            Hello !!! I said our country was based on the Judeo-Christian religion , William Bradford’s bible undoubtedly
            contain the same principals as our bibles do today.

            America’s Founding Fathers gave us the country’s founding documents, such as the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and others. In order for them to form such documents, they had to lean upon some common understanding of law, government, social order and a basic moral code. These understandings sprang from a common acceptance of what has come to be known as the Judeo-Christian Ethic. The term “Judeo-Christian” refers to “the influence of the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament on one’s system of values, laws and ethical code.” It is not just a system of theological thought, but a culture of values as seen in one’s individual’s right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

            Principle #1- The Dignity of Human Life
            Exodus 20:13 “You shall not murder.”
            Matt 22:39 “And the second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”

            Principle #2 – The Traditional Family
            Genesis 2:21-24

            Principle #3 – A National Work Ethic
            2 Thessalonians 3:10 “For even when we were with you, we commanded you this: If anyone will not work, neither shall he eat.”

            Principle #4 – The Right to a God-Centered Education
            Deuteronomy 6:7 “You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down, and when you rise up.”
            Ephesians 6:4 “And you, fathers, do not provoke your children to wrath, but bring them up in the training and admonition of the Lord.”

            Proverbs 1:7 that “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge.” One cannot possibly understand the creation without first knowing its Creator.

            Principle # 5- The Abrahamic Covenant
            Genesis 12:1-4 “Now the LORD had said to Abram: “Get out of your country, from your family and from your father’s house, to a land that I will show you. I will make you a great nation; I will bless you and make your name great; and you shall be a blessing. I will bless those who bless you, and I will curse him who curses you; and in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.” So Abram departed as the LORD had spoken to him, and Lot went with him. And Abram was seventy-five years old when he departed from Haran.”
            Galatians 3:7 “Therefore know that only those who are of faith are sons of Abraham.”

            Principle #6 – Common Decency
            Matthew 22:39 “And the second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’

            Principle #7- Our Personal Accountability to God
            Hebrews 9:27 “And as it is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgment.”

            America has been blessed as a nation in a particular way. We are not a special people above all other nations—not at all—but God’s blessings have certainly been given to us, because for the greater part of our history, a greater part of our people have honored and obeyed the teachings of the Bible. What is true for us is true for all others who choose it, “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord” (Psalm 33:12).

          • Charlie

            Joe ,,,, John The Baptist was a cousin to King Jesus Christ ,,, so? ,,, one cannot routinely get “Salvation” without Baptism ,,, Peter spoke Acts 2:38 for Salvation ,,. see also 1 Peter 3:21… Paul points out Baptism for Salvation at Galatians 3:27………
            Judeo – Christianity is a distraction from baptism originated and pushed by the Edomite Jews…. Should I believe a Edomite Jew as opposed to The Bloodline Jew , King Jesus Christ ???

          • joe1cr

            Charley, look up POPPYCOCK because your full of it.

          • Charlie

            Ha ha ha ha ha ha ,,, is that in your Bible or the Dictionary ??? Edomite Jews are pointed out by King Jesus Christ at John 8:37–57,,, also Revelations 2:9 , 3:9. …. Edomite Jews are the lineage of Esau Edom ….
            A “Cursed”” people ,,, see Malachi 1:1–5………..
            Meanwhile … Praise King Jesus for Salvation and Healing… Acts 2:38 is salvation …

          • joe1cr

            Absolute certainty is the privilege of uneducated men and fanatics. — C.J. Keyser

          • Charlie

            Who is C. J. Keyser ??? Just another heathen ???

          • joe1cr

            “Be not righteous overmuch; neither make thyself over wise: Why shouldest thou die before thy time?” — Ecclesiastes 7:16
            Nuff said !!! Good bye

          • Charlie

            joe ,,, NO!!! ,,, not a Nuff said !!! you did the usual “”Judeo- Christian “”Thing””” ,,, taking Scripture OUT of contexts , to make it say what you want …. The above is very indicative of your “”Brainwashing”””… Read Ecclesiastes 7:15—20 … Then , you will have some harmony to your “Truths” …. Meanwhile … Praise King Jesus for Salvation and Healing … Acts 2:38 …

          • joe1cr

            “Seest thou a man wise in his own conceit? there is more hope of a fool than of him” (Proverbs 26: 12).

          • Charlie

            Being wise and knowledgeable of The Words of God, is not conceit,,, it’s following Orders at Matthew 6:33………..

          • joe1cr

            Puritanism may be described empirically as that point of view, that code of values, carried to New England by the first settlers. The New Englanders established Puritanism—for better or worse—as one of the continuous factors in American life and thought. It has played so dominant a role…all across the continent,these qualities have persisted even though the original creed is lost. Without an understanding of Puritanism…there is no understanding of America.

            This concept of America’s unique Bible-driven historical and cultural identity was developed by historians as they studied the first centuries of America’s history, from the Pilgrims through Abraham Lincoln. The statements and institutions of the founding generation that have been preserved are numerous, and they explicitly describe many of their biblical motivations and goals, their interest in Hebrew and the Hebrew Bible, their use of Jewish and Christian images and ideas. In the words of patriot Benjamin Rush, “The Old Testament is the best refutation that can be given to the divine right of kings, and the strongest argument that can be used in favor of the original and natural equality of all mankind.” James Witherspoon, president of Princeton, teacher of James Madison and later a member of the Continental Congress, and one of the most influential thinkers in the Colonies, joined the cause of the Revolution with a widely publicized sermon based on Psalm 76, identifying the American colonists with the people of Israel. Of fifty-five printed texts from the Revolutionary period, thirty-three took texts from the Hebrew Bible. Thomas Jefferson, in the Declaration of Independence, referred to God twice in Hebrew terms, and Congress added two more: Lawgiver, Creator, Judge, and Providence. These Judeo-Christian values were especially important at the key foundational moments of the settling of America, the War for Independence and the Civil War.

  • Lizard

    She has had all lie’s see can handle from Muslim Obama

  • Larry Ripley

    I politely disagree with all of the religious statements made here. I am a Christian and I do believe that this lady is absolutely correct that you cannot serve two masters, however most of you again have missed the point of our Constitution it garners our Nations Government to be free of religious tyranny which is exactly the opposite of what you all are lambasting those of us who feel that while God plays the most important part of our spiritual and personal lives our religious rules and notions belong nowhere near our governmental body. how unfortunate for all those folks who practice another path for you would witch hunt them down in your poisoned tyrannist fervor, folks like you scare me and obviously the framers of our government were frightened by folks just like you to give the protection and freedoms of religion clauses in the Constitution.

    • The Reader

      “We have no government armed in power capable of contending in human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate for the government of any other.”

      John Adams. .

    • ImitateChrist

      This nation was founded under Christianity!

      • Larry Ripley

        no it wasn’t! it was founded under the freedom from religious tyranny.

        • Charlie

          Larry ,,, another , point , no point,,, read The Mayflower Compact … William Bradford , the “”Leader”” of America for it’s first 31 years ,,, wrote it up to The King of England .
          The Holy Bible was his Law Book for those first 31 years…
          BTW,,, how much dust is on your Bible now ??? ha ha ha ha ha ha …………………………

    • lbrack

      I disagree with your understanding of the 1st Amendment and while there are many more that would agree with you, they would also misunderstand the intent.

      The true intent is that the people are to be free of government intrusion into religion, not the involvement of religion within the government. See the quote of John Adams submitted below by “The Reader”.

    • sledge

      I don’t think her intent was to say that religion should be part of our government, but more along the lines of our leaders should be guided by God and not the “all mighty dollar” Religion has no part in our government. But our government could use a little more religion…

    • Charlie

      Larry ,,, thanks for being polite ,,, but ,,, We will be a little less polite and tell you some Scriptures ,,, King Jesus Christ “”IS”” The Government of America ,,, see that at Isaiah 9:6–8… Now here’s the shocker ,,,you have NOT accomplished Acts 2:38 “”Properly”” … Prove The Holy Bible wrong IF? you can………….. Meanwhile … Praise King Jesus for Salvation and Healing … Acts 2:38 is salvation …

      • Larry Ripley

        This conversation was about the Constitution which guarantees the separation of Church and State. Whilst I appreciate the sentiment the conversation was that the Framers of our Constitution sought freedoms from religious tyranny which is exactly the scenario you have described above. Your faith and mine belong in our homes and our churches they DO NOT belong in our government.

        • Charlie

          Larry,,, check the word “”Jurisdiction”” it’s only in The Bible 1 time ,at Luke 23:7 , what does it mean at Luke 23:7 ? since Jurisdiction has a primary meaning and a secondary meaning ? … The Bible is “”A”” Jurisdiction … What Jurisdiction is The Constitution ??? Faith means “Action upon belief ” and belongs where ever it is needed .
          You will never understand The Bible until you do what King Jesus said to do at Matthew 6:33, which will lead you to Acts 2:38 among many other Scriptures in harmony with other Scriptures … Point out the religious tyranny in the Scriptures I printed???

          • Larry Ripley

            Once again like all right wing religious terrorists you continue to avoid the subject and bring your bible to the table. WE ARE DISCUSSING THE CONSTITUTION NOT SUNDAY SCHOOL SIR. That being said, Again I will state my comment. The Constitution specifically demands a separation of church and state. Your insistence of quoting scripture to me simply furthers my argument that you wish to lead by tyranny. The Bible has a place in prominence in my home and in my church it does not belong in my government as guaranteed by the Constitution. It is because of folks like you that the liberal fascist have taken a foothold in this country and we are headed to hell in a hand basket so to speak. Now Sir, should you choose to continue to have a conversation on dogma I shall meet you in that forum, until you meet the stricture of this forum which is a discussion on the merits of the Constitution and not the Bible than we are finished.

          • Charlie

            Larry ,,, hanha ha ha aha a………….. OH!!!??? I didn’t know you were god’s brother in law … Words mean what you say they mean unless you want them to mean some thing else ??? Look up the word “merits”, since you just used it … I will be more than happy to a discussion of The Constitution or The Bible on the “”Merits”” of “”Truth”” as defined by normal Dictionaries and / or the documents themselves per the definitions of “”words”” used at the time they were written… Are you aware of some maxims of Laws ? such as “first in time , first in law”?……………..
            IF? you do not have some “”Truths”” from The Bible , of Who and What The Almighty God and His Son King Jesus Christ are as defined by The Holy Bible,,, then “””Merits”” are out the window of la la land…………………………..

          • Larry Ripley

            and as such you have made my point far more eloquently than I could ever have hoped to.

          • Charlie

            Well ,,, being less intelligent than you ,,, I missed your point ,,, was it a point , no point??? Run it by again in simple words , so , you can’t screw up the words meanings , much…………………………………..

          • Larry Ripley

            I make it a point never to engage with rabid christians who exhibit neither intelligence or sound Christian principles; as you have pointed out you lack the intelligence and by your actions and words here today you most certainly do not possess a Christ like attitude, hence the point is made and lost. Do have a great day sir.

          • Charlie

            Larry ,,, Well ,,, All “True” Christian I have ever meet were “Radicals” to some degree… Notice I said radical not rabid… You are NOT a “True” Christian… Also I notice most of your comments are Void of Scriptures… Can you tell Me about this Christ like attitude ???

          • Larry Ripley

            Sir: Matthew 7:1-3 your comment above about my spirituality violates scripture. The broader meaning of Matthew 22: 20-22 is to give unto the government what is the governments and unto the church what is the churches. shall I continue sir?? You have absolutely no scriptural right to question my salvation, that is God’s and God’s alone. Hence your attitude of contempt and judgement makes your position very very unChristlike SIr. This forum was of course about the Constitution prohibiting the collusion of church and state. This forum was not about salvation or the relevancy of your spiritual one-upness to mine. What you are suggesting and what is strictly forbidden by the Constitution is akin to Sharia Law…just as I will never allow my government to be ruled by Sharia law neither will I allow it to be governed by Judeo-Christian law. Your arguement is invalid and I shall no longer lower myself to further this irrelevant and terribly misguided conversation. Read your Constitution sir and keep your religion as I do mine where it belongs in your home and church. Constitutional Government is amoral….it is not governed by the Bible.

          • Charlie

            Larry ,,, most any “”Heathen”” can take Scriptures out of contexts and make it say just about anything …. You stopped at Matthew 7:1–3 ,,, go on to verse 8 ,,, then ,,,tie that in with Ezekiel 3:18 , and tie that in with Ezekiel 33 whole chapter… Then ,,, short sighted nitwit heathen ,,, tell us what 1 Chronicles 16:13 means today ? Who are God’s Chosen people today??? Now! for Matthew 22:20–22 ,,, spoken by King Jesus Christ , who has the same “Authority” as His Father , God… See that at Matthew 28:18… King Jesus Christ made a statement of “””Jurisdiction””” , also known as Authority of Law ,,, IF?? one claims The Constitution as their Authority of Law ,,, then ,,, by all means obey it ,,, BUT!!! ,,, IF?? one claims The Law Book of King Jesus Christ ,,, then Obey Your King … IF? you have not figured out what Dianne was saying , let us give you a clue … She said , your anti-Christ government is divided and will fall of it’s own corruption … Your so called government IS NOT in obedience to The Constitution that set it up ,,,AND,,, has been in violation of The Constitution AND The Holy Bible for many years … Put that in your pipe and smoke it dummie …
            You have been “”Judged”” by Your words as well as The King’s Law Book… I am only pointing at The King’s Law Book… IF??? you can prove any Scriptures wrong , please do so……………. Meanwhile … Praise King Jesus for Salvation and Healing… Acts 2:38 is salvation …

          • Larry Ripley

            Matthew 7:15 Describes you to a tee!! Get thee behind me Satan! You are nothing more than a hate filled bigoted minion of the Prince of Darkness!

          • Charlie

            Larry ,,,, ha ha ha ha ,,, better check your Scripture ,,, Matthew 7:15 does not say what you printed ….

          • Larry Ripley

            Perhaps you should work on your GED and skip the Sunday School just a bit sir. Reading Comprehension obviously isn’t one of your major skills is it? Although cleaning restrooms at Walmart probably doesn’t require much mental efforts. Matthew 7:15 describes you exactly as I said above. You are a minion of the Dark Prince himself attempting to pass yourself off as a christian. Get someone to read it to you and explain it; one supposes you vote Republican as well. No wonder the party has gone straight to hell filled with morons and illiterates.

          • Charlie

            Larry ,,, have you accomplished Acts 2:38 ??? You did NOT print what Matthew 7:15 says … Do they sell GED’s at Walmart ?

  • CWA

    My guess is that she has now lost her job. She made the mistake of injecting her personal opinions into the “official business” of the blowhards who “run” this country. That’s a definite no-no.

    • Laverl Turley

      She should be held up to show them out of their evil ways.

  • snowdog76

    Actually, we still are one nation under God. Unfortunately, as a nation we’re coming under His judgment instead of His grace.
    Americans need to put God ahead of government, and her Christians need to light the way. That got a whole lot easier for me under this administration.

    • ImitateChrist

      That is correct. The Lord is lifting his had of Grace off of this nation. The bible says that God will allow the nonbelievers to do it there way when they turn their backs on the Lord.

  • Mary Alice Rossini

    She obviously has a deep regard for her country and concern for Americans. I see this as a prophetic call to stop, look and listen….did we?

    • Deerinwater

      Good point, ~ I agree. ~ I’m just not prepared to be lead to the Living Well of Judgement in such a self righteous fashion by anyone that doesn’t glow in the dark

  • DAE

    She is like a brave soldier going into a firefight to save other wounded soldiers. Today we were all wounded by gutless representatives.

  • Shorty Stuff

    Did anybody else notice there were enough Republican Nay votes on this issue to oust Boehner from the Speaker’s position? They need to replace Boehner with a real conservative.

    • Kenneth Spell

      Who will disappoint, and lead to calls for him/her to replaced by a ‘REAL Real Conservative…’ I’ve seen this in the Senate history.’.Baker’s mushy, get a real conservative like Dole…Dole’s too cooperative, get a Southerner, a real conservative like Lott…’ I suspect the ‘True Real Conservative’ may be as rare as Bigfoot.

    • puglianana

      I agree

    • Sic Semper Tyrannis

      I share your sentiments, but you have not done your homework on this, my friend. I wish that were a possibility, but I’m afraid it’s not without a lot of unsavory horsetrading. Let me clear it up for you. The Speakership can only be given to whomever wins a clear majority of ALL votes cast of the members present for the vote who do not vote “Present”. That means a better than 50% majority of all available votes to be cast for actual candidates for the Speakership.

      Clearly, if the Speaker were to be challenged, there would still have to be some horsetrading between the RINO’s and Conservatives in the GOP. If the Conservatives refuse to budge in their negotiations, you could eventually wind up with RINO’s joining the Democrats with a Pelosi Speakership to break the deadlock and attain a clear majority of the entire votes cast, which, although unprecedented with the exception of Trafficant’s defection vote for Hastert in 2001, is still a possible outcome.

  • Bob666

    Just when you thought that you had a bad day, someone always has one that is worse?

    I would love to hear the angle on Freemasons!

    • Deerinwater

      Yea , me too! ~ My mother is down on Free Masons as well. ~

      Mother is a stanch Church of Christ which goes back 4 generations, very big on, Power in the Blood and Redemption ~ and strict interpretation of scripture to a fault. ~ ( whats to harm with everyone singing IN PITCH and a piano or organ?) Surely a benevolent, loving God has some appreciation for “pitch” ?

      At the peek of Fathers professional life, ~ he was solicited by The Free Masons, which he and myself as well , saw as a great honor. ~

      They like to have had a divorce over it, ~ mother won, of course.

      This opposition has never been explained to me in a way i could accept it as my feelings as well. I see no satanical or subversive power at work among Freemasons but then I’m not as programmed or indoctrinated as mother is on such matters.

      I let the sleeping dog lay.

      While this outburst of raw emotion on the part of this “stenographer” is indicative of the righteous right, who wish so badly to introduce Je-sus to the world and especially into our politics, ~ if they must make it a LAW, that ~ ye shall obey the Lord God Almighty or feel the blunt of their scorn.

      • Bob666

        Yo Dear,
        I have been a Freemason for fifty years now as my father was and his father before him-back 13 generations from England. It is a noble organization that concentrates on the reinforcement of morals and ethics. We are not religious per say and do not trump ones religious beliefs, but reinforce them.

        Basically, Freemasonry has lent structure to my life and reminded me every day to treat my fellow man with greater respect and admiration. There are people of all walks of life in the lodge system and every religion with mutual respect shown by all of us to one another..

        Freemasonry is not a secret organization, but we do have secrets and because of that-it fuels speculation that conjures up conjecture and dark rumors-none that have any Merritt.

        Most of them originate from the most hard core of bible thumpers who will condemn Freemasonry with out any first hand k knowledge or understanding of the organization.

        Many on this site have done so, one even implied that we are controlled by space aliens, and he fashions himself to be a mythical Asia warrior.

        I am sure you have seen the ignorance that I describe first hand. If you ever want to go down that road one day Darwin, we can hook you up in Texas.

        • Deerinwater

          WoW! ~ Thanks for affording me some validation on my personal beliefs about the ORDER. ~ i suppose that I can call it that? Order of Freemasons .

          Mother would just die , if I did that Bob. ~ I’m the oldest of four sons ~ her pride and joy, her primary “over-watch” since father’s passing in Dec 2010.

          I’ve already popped her bubble by refusing to be baptized in her church. ~ (another saga) .

          I would like too Bob, ~ for there are those times, ~ some structure would be most helpful when I find my load heavy and yet not so heavy to consult the All Mighty with it. The company of “balanced” full grown men with their feet planted firmly on the ground has great appeal.

          sidebar, ~

          • Don 2


            Perhaps a new shrink could get your feet on the ground, but you’d have to give up your wings.

          • Deerinwater

            oh, ~ my feet have been grounded for sometime, ~ ever since I accepted my purpose and who I live to serve.

            Unknown to me at the time, I fell in love and married a woman that require regular therapy. She hid the fact.

            and so, ~ in the pursuit of martial bliss , I too found it necessary to attend. ~ I did enjoy it Charlie ~ and I did learn things that help me cope with not only her insanity but with people much like yourself.

            I guess that my single greatest achievement though it all was the realization , ~ that “my biggest problem” was the belief that I didn’t have one.

            and it was from that point forward , ~that I grew only stronger both in mind and spirit.

            Now, that will most likely be lost on you Charlie, ~ but I’ve shared it with you none the less ~ so you can scoff and make sport of this revelation if you wish ~ but just remember , you heard it here first. And with any luck at all, ~ someday, ~ you too will understand it for what it is.

        • Teddy Ruxpin

          Just like many religions, it has been corrupted by the dark forces, though it does still contain profound truths!

          • Bob666

            Yo Teddy,
            Religion is man made, spirituality is made by our creator and that has not been corrupted. Freemasonry is man made, yet inspired by our creator for the common good of man.

            While there will always be a bad apples in every group, I believe that Freemasonry has done a very good job of weeding through those who lack character.

          • Teddy Ruxpin

            Freemasonry goes back to Abraham in the land of Ur….what passes for freemasonry now is not even that of the version the Founding Fathers were following, that is what I was implying.

            One can be a Freemason & a Christian, there is no conflict!

          • Bob666

            Agreed on being a Christian and Freemason. The doctrine has not changed in several hundred years and the lodge that Washington belonged to in Fredricksburg, Va is still in existence.

          • Teddy Ruxpin

            Good ‘Ol George went to church too!!

          • Bob666

            That he did and Nothing that I have said was meant to imply that he did not

          • Vigilant

            Almost all of the Founders attended church for the sake of form, as they understood that promulgation of Christian VALUES was a good thing. However, the bulk of Founders who were the prime movers in the creation of our government were Deists.

            Washington would leave services early to avoid the Eucharist. Like Jefferson and Paine, he believed in God but not the supernatural aspects of the Bible.

          • Charlie

            YO YO ,,, what Scriptures tell the process or procedures for becoming a Freemason and a Christian at the same time???

          • Charlie

            Teddy ,,, give us some Scriptures to back up your comment… Maybe you and YO YO can get together and write a New Bible … But ,,, it might difficult to fit all your lies into 1 regular size book….. Ha ha ha hanhanhan……

          • Charlie

            YO YO ,,, El Toro dung was created by The Almighty God also ,,, and ,,, Buffalo chips were / are used in campfires ,
            so some good may come from your El Toro dung….
            You are a anti-Christ nit wit…………………………..

          • Bob666

            Hello Nutcase,
            Are you in desperate search for attention today? It is apparent that bad attention for you is better that any good attention that you might get form anyone except for the fact that you drive people nuts.

            I am quite happy and content with my choice in faith Nutcase and you could not be more wrong in your interpretation of my faith if you consciously tried to be wrong.

          • Charlie

            YO YO ,,., We have The Words of The Almighty God ,,, who’s words do you have???

        • Chris

          Well………WHAT “are” the “secrets”? Seems there shouldn’t be any if there is nothing to hide.

          • Deerinwater

            then it would not be a secret.

          • Charlie

            YO YO ,,, made the secrets go away with those special pills he speaks of above …. He’s taken so many , he thinks others are Nutcases if they disagree with him……..

        • Charlie

          YO YO ,,, you are not free any thing,,, you are enslaved , duped , deceived and deluded by the Satanic powers that be………………..

          • Bob666

            It’s OK Nutcase,
            Now go ask the nice nurse for a cookie and one of those special pills that make the voices in you head go way.

      • ChiefBoring

        You are wrong in that last thought, Sir! We Christians would never trust the government to run the path to salvation. Those such as the would be freemason’s wife have tried that before, and shown it does not work. Prohibition, the best known attempt, led to organized crime and widespread corruption, which is rife to this day! So, no thanks, let’s keep the government out of it, on both sides!

  • Jo

    What she says is the truth, for satan is among us and ruler right now, but there is hope for the meek will inherit the earth and things will be dine on earth as they are done in heaven. This is all prophecy, will you be ready?

    • Deerinwater

      yep! ready ~ Gonna show the devil a brand new dance, hold the door wide open boys, ~ I’m a gett’n ready to go.

    • thomas the doubter

      Actually satan is the author of the bible! Its his first work.

      Humans are his second! Those who pray to the dark lord are actually worshipping the true creator, who’s on vacation.

      There, i let the cat out of the bag!

      • Charlie

        Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha haha ,,,, your stupidity has got YO YO’s beat………………

  • Vigilant

    “Is She Nuts, Or Smarter Than We Know?”

    None of the above; she’s a religious fanatic who would impose a theocracy on America if she had the power. Smarter? No. Nuts? No. Deluded? Yes.

    • Kenneth

      Vigilant, she is RIGHT ON THE MONEY. You are the one that is deluded. She is correct. Anyone who denies the existence of God is a STUPID FOOL. You keep on trusting in the JOKE of evolution, a theory so full of scientific holes I wouldn’t know where to begin. Our universe, our human bodies, and every other form of life that exists would NEVER exist through the process of evolution. Because the very idea of life popping into existence all by itself, BY ACCIDENT, flies in the face of everything we know about genetics and biology. Yes evolution cannot happen by accidental mutations, it’s already been attempted many times in laboratory testing, always resulting in the DESTRUCTION, not EVOLUTION, of the life form. Evolution has NEVER been observed, has never been proven true according to known, proven laws of science. The very existence of life itself, and the ridiculous amount of order in our universe required for life to even exist in the first place DEMANDS the existence of a CREATOR. There is NO OTHER VALID explanation. Without GOD, life would simply not exist. I have studied the subject of evolution for a good 24 years. It simply doesn’t add up. It’s a COMPLETE lie. But you go ahead, keep your faith…

      • thomas the doubter

        As an “a-religious” person you might be interested to know that i too have serious questions about evolution. I believe an experiment back in the 1950’s by Watson and Crick “pointed” to the concept that biological agents could arise if conditions were right ( ie the ‘creation’ of rudimentary amino acids, or the “building blocks of life”) I however appreciate that doesn’t mean that the slime grew legs and walked up onto the land and opened a surf board shop. I understand from the literature that almost all mutations are lethal, but then there is evidence from the 19th century that a color variation in a moth in the coal choked industrial world of europe was directly responsible for the loss of a portion of its population of that species that couldn’t hide its white color against the black
        soot, leaving behind only darkly colored variants. You must know that evolution doesn’t depend on “accidents”, but a gradual adaption of species specific functions that “work” in some environments and not others and that when the environment changes some species don’t make it, and that this occurs over vast amounts of time.

        We are entering into an environment where the fictions of the old world don’t help the world move forward and where the dinosaurs that believe and practise the indoctrinations of the bible will eventually disappear to be remembered only in classes of ancient history or archaeology, just as we now study the Mayans, the Egyptians, the Phoenicians.

        Unfortunately, as with any species facing extinction, there is that innate struggle and will to survive and so it will be that the religious factions of this species won’t go away easily.

        There will be great amounts of more unnecessary blood shed as the old world ideas struggle to maintain an existence. We might even be brought to the edge of the entire extinction of humans species as that seems to coincide with the religious kooks self distractive expectations of their existence( ie they are all pretty much living in the “world tomorrow”, unfortunately at the expense of the world “today”)

        So it is,that we will probably see a religious war of “Biblical portions”, but sadly that seems to be the only way for this species to get to the next level.

        ps how is it you demand proof of evolution, yet you rely on hearsay for proof of the acts of the god of the bible.
        aka “someone said the world was created in six days, you believe it so it must be true”
        “someone died for your sins, because someone said you are a sinner, you are saved” but are you really ?
        you believe it, so it must be true!…. try that system in any other aspect of life and see how far it gets you!
        ( i already know your answer, “you didn’t have enough faith”…. when the real answer is you didn’t try enough, you didn’t train enough, you didn’t want it enough!)

      • Vigilant

        Sonny, you have no idea what my faith is and your overly long, rambling foray into the subject of evolution proves it.

        You assume way too much. I have a deep and abiding faith in God, as did the Founders of this nation. NOTHING in my comments above indicates otherwise.

        For the record, I believe in intelligent design AND evolution. They are not irreconcilable.

        • Charlie

          Vig,,,. you have told Me you are Not a Christian… So? who is The Son of The Almighty God of The Holy Bible???
          You may fool some ,,, but ,,, Not King Jesus Christ ,,, or some of us “”True”” Christians…. Bark at the moon ……..

          • Vigilant

            Not even worth an answer.

          • Charlie

            Ha ha ha ha ha ha ,,, well ,,, just go bark at the moon…

    • Laverl Turley

      I think she was talking to the people that are in your way of thinking, through God. Heed the word and look at your inner-self before downgrading others.

      • Vigilant

        You don’t have a clue as to what my “way of thinking” is.

        Heed the words of the Founding Fathers and the specific reasons they gave us a Constitutional republic that cherishes the Creator-endowed rights to life, liberty and property.

        It gave us the freedom to pursue our religious beliefs in whatever manner we choose. If Ms. Reidy were in charge, the First Amendment would be the first casualty.

        • ChiefBoring

          You were doing fine until the last sentence. Since Ms. Reidy was making use of her First Amendment rights, I doubt she would do away with it, but then I don’t know that, any more than you do.

          • Vigilant

            Clarification: I was not addressing her freedom of speech, I was assailing her view that man’s laws (the Constitution) be replaced by God’s laws in the running of this country.

            She would, in effect, establish a theocracy in place of the secular government we now enjoy. I find little if anything in either the Declaration or the Constitution that warrants their replacement with a mandate that we all follow biblical Christianity exclusively.

            Those estimable documents of our founding are indeed eloquent expressions of God’s laws. But even cursory research reveals that it was not exclusively the God of Abraham. Many Founders believed in the Christian Bible, several did not (Jefferson, Madison, Franklin on and off, Washington, Paine, et. al.).

            Neither the Declaration nor the Constitution were ever patterns for worship of the Christian religion to the exclusion of all others. Reidy and others on this site would replace religious toleration with a state religion.

            And once freedom of religion is squelched, you can bet that freedom of speech would ultimately follow.

          • Vigilant

            Clarification: I was not addressing her freedom of speech, I was assailing her view that man’s laws (the Constitution) be replaced by God’s laws in the running of this country.

            She would, in effect, establish a theocracy in place of the secular government we now enjoy. I find little if anything in either the Declaration or the Constitution that warrants their replacement with a mandate that we all follow biblical Christianity exclusively.

            Those estimable documents of our founding are indeed eloquent expressions of God’s laws. But even cursory research reveals that it was not exclusively the God of Abraham. Many Founders believed in the Christian Bible, several did not (Jefferson, Madison, Franklin on and off, Washington, Paine, et. al.).

            Neither the Declaration nor the Constitution were ever patterns for worship of the Christian religion to the exclusion of all others. Reidy and others on this site would replace religious toleration with a state religion.

            And once freedom of religion is squelched, you can bet that freedom of speech would ultimately follow.

          • Charlie

            What does The First Commandment say,,, Go with The King or go to hell … See Luke 19 :27…………..

          • ChiefBoring

            You gathered her intent to do all that from her stressed induced rambling? Amazing! Asking for a return to consideration of God in making political decisions is hardly calling for a theocracy; an idea that is anathma to most religious persons. Allowing the government to run or impose religions would be a disaster, as most of the things government does is less than stellar. The problem rises in government trying to stop religion, not in imposing it. Whatever their personal beliefs, the Founding Fathers certainly believed in the free excercize of religion, and not the imposition of it. On that we both can agree.
            Subject: Re: New comment posted on Is She Nuts, Or Smarter Than We Know? What Do You Make Of House Stenographer Dianne Reidy’s Flip Out On The Floor?

          • Vigilant

            There’s nothing amazing about concluding from her own words that (1) the Constitution, “written by Freemasons,” is therefore some Godless document that NEVER reflected “one nation under God,” and that (2) her outburst regarding the inability to serve two masters clearly disses our secular form of government.

            “Asking for a return to consideration of God in making political decisions” would have been an honorable and praiseworthy action, but it is logically impossible to “return” to something she claims never existed (“The greatest deception here is this is not one Nation under God! It never was”).

          • ChiefBoring

            Vig, her statement doesn’t make it true. Render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s; render unto God what is God’s. I suspect we’ll never hear from this poor woman again. Don’t put too much weight on her ramblings.
            Subject: Re: New comment posted on Is She Nuts, Or Smarter Than We Know? What Do You Make Of House Stenographer Dianne Reidy’s Flip Out On The Floor?

        • thomas the doubter

          “Life and Liberty” yes! “Property” is a stretch! How about “leaseholder/curator”?

          “creator-endowed” should be replaced by
          “mutually agreed”

          and how’s about STOP making “AMENDMENTS”

          How about 12 rules to live by, no amendments, no add-ons, no circulars, no adjustments, no special groups, no special rules, no secret societies, no secret government actions … no borrowing to pay for a greedy self indulgent nation…

          Then you would have the freedom to pursue life and live freely.

          • Vigilant

            In his Second Treatise on Civil Government, John Locke used the phrase, “life, liberty and property.” When Jefferson lifted the phrase for incorporation into the Declaration of Independence, he changed the wording to avoid giving ground to the slaveholders who perceived slaves as property.

            “Property” is not only NOT a stretch, it is the very foundation of natural law. Locke went so far as to say that government’s FIRST priority was its protection. It is the epitome of how far we have strayed from this basic principle that the progressives have indeed killed private property.

            As for “Creator-endowed,” the Constitution is meaningless without it. “Mutually agreed” places it in the morally relativistic category of secular humanism. Mutual agreement on what is right and wrong is a fluid concept that can change depending upon who is in charge or on whatever fad seems to be prevalent at any given time.

            The Founders believed in immutable moral principles. It is not our task to morph morality into some relative creed that satisfies our baser greed and desires, it is our job to discover what those immutable truths are.

          • Charlie

            The ONLY place you will find UN changeable Laws is in The Holy Bible…………………………………..

          • thomas the doubter

            “ownership” of anything is a fantasy. Its a fleeting attempt to give us strength when we recognize how
            infinitely puny we are.
            Toddlers deal in “ownership”, and get really really angry when that which they think they have control over is taken away. I believe you are giving “covetousness” a different name when you label something ‘property’ especially when you qualify it with “my”.
            And “creator-endowed” is merely a lyrical phrasing in
            sync. with the superstitious mythology of the time. ( a new land, a scary future, filled with great expectation)

            The constitution is not meaningful because of its poetry, its meaningful, for its content. The recognition that one way we might all move forward would be to grant life liberty to all, but also to recognize that maybe just maybe we are all equal.
            As for your dislike of “mutual agreement”, even the
            12 tribes of israel only came to the conclusions you see as the 10 commandments through “mutual agreement”. Look at the law, all laws, they only exist
            because of mutual agreement. They didn’t just evaporate from thin air, even though many would like to think they did.

            Laws, just as mythology are man made, but what makes them powerful, is that they are mutually agreeable.

          • Vigilant

            “ownership” of anything is a fantasy,” you say.

            A decidedly communistic/socialistic statement.

            Toddlers don’t work for their keep. It is your masters who would steal from people the fruit of their labors and thus force them into the “puniness” you worship.

            The concept of private property and the capitalism that grows out of it have been shown to yield the greatest good for the greatest number, NOT the bankrupt socialist policies that reduce everyone to unincentivized takers.

            Then, “The constitution is not meaningful because of its poetry, its meaningful, for its content.”

            You betray your ignorance of the Constitution and The Declaration of Independence from whence it derives its authority. Its content is indeed meaningful only in so far as its fidelity to the immutable principles of natural law.

  • carl_AF

    Because all these comments are about religion I will put in my two cents worth. It seems that the only organizations that are against the original way our country was born is the Atheists and Muslims, Our country has been doing quite well with a mixture of Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddists and any other religions that are not known to me. The Atheists want all of us to stop any public worship of any God, the Muslims publicly state that if you are not Muslim then you should be dead. Let’s tell these people that if they don’t like the way this country was run for 200 years they are free to leave.

    • thomas the doubter

      No! Public worship is a freedom of expression so “knock yourself out”

      What is requested by the ‘A religious’ is, you stop pretending you

      are somehow superior to the rest of the world because you have

      “a special relationship”. Its becoming very clear that religion is

      pretty much no different than those who are science fiction junkies.

      Which is just another substitute religion. Religion is a fiction,

      which you are free to participate in as long as it doesn’t set policy

      or law above others who don’t feel the same need to indulge.

      Imagine a world were you “had” to attend “COMI-CON at least

      once in your life; a world where you were forced to read and

      remember passages from the “Chronicles of Riddick”; a world where

      a group decided that “Harry Potter” is actually the only source for the true origin of life, so you must learn that in school only,

      and immortality is only obtained by sacrificing to Lord Voldemort.

      Get the picture! Now get into your prey closet, so i don’t have to be

      affected by your fiction ANY MORE!

      • carl_AF

        Thomas, I do not understand anything you said, except for the comment that am superior to the world. One thing you can do is vacate this land that was made for law abiding people that can express themselves without shooting down other people.

        • thomas the doubter

          that’s the problem, “you don’t understand”!
          First its not “200 years ago” stop living in the past.

          Second faith in religion doesn’t make you superior, its simply no different than faith in literary fiction.
          Your statement that problems are caused by
          “atheists and muslims” not wanting public worship of god and/or all opposed, dead, is also not true.
          If you wish to go with like minded people to the chapel of your choice to worship, that’s cool and your right. What you must recognize is that a belief in a god is not universally accepted, or acceptable to a nation that grants free expression to ALL its citizens! ( regardless of the fact that the crafters of the constitution used the word god as a frame of reference)
          And there are some people of the muslim religion that
          feel that they are compelled to convert all non believers to their way of thinking and if they can’t, then they believe they(the infidel… that would be you and the atheist) are better off dead. Most others of the Muslim faith don’t feel that way.
          Oddly the former idea is sorta in line with your expression wherein you say, “vacate this land” or if i may paraphrase what you are saying “YOUR WAY OR THE HIGHWAY”. I got news for you more and more are leaving the fantasy of religion behind every day.
          And oddly you don’t recognize you have more in common with the Muslims than you do with the atheists. Its just that when push comes to shove, the fight will be between god fearing peoples on two opposing sides of a ridiculous war of who’s right and who’s wrong. And the secularist atheist A-religious, will step back and wait to clean up the mess. At least that’s who i’m voting for.

  • 4truth

    Religion is man made, Spirituality, God given. I am not a Christian but I believe in Christ, religions divide, love conquers.
    We are all sons and daughters of God, whatever religion. Christ can unify all religions. If you look up the word, ” CHRIST ” I AM THE TRUTH, THE WAY AND THE LIFE, Nothing more nothing less. Hmmmmm , did I get that straight?

    When is Santa coming to your town?
    Diane, spoke to those that do not know the truth.
    Love You.

    • Foxy Freddie Fuxsucker


      No matter how good a system is, ( & we have the best), it ain’t gonna work unless the leaders & citizens bend the knee to God, earnestly seek His counsel & yearn to do His Will.

      This woman is perfectly sane & in tune with God. May she blessed forever unto Eternity!!

      • Deerinwater

        She may well be all those things ~ but unsolicited emotional outburst in an effort to compete for the attention of the Congressional Assemble is unwarranted and out of line for anyone that does not glow in the dark.

        This stenographer was not taking into account Rule of Order, Respect for Opposition, or Freedom to Descent.

        A Divide House,~ and the Separation of Powers is bedrock in our American System of Government. You can start to worry when they all agree.

        Take it to the mountains, rivers and seas ~ take it Home, ~ and take it away from Government of the People, for the People and by the People.

        • ImitateChrist

          You seem to like people that glow in the dark! Why don’t you go to 3 mile island and stick your head in the water and you will glow with the rest of your buddies!

          • Deerinwater

            So what was achieved by her outburst and distraction , other then your sympathy?

            What is it that makes her judgement and opinions on condition and current affair of the nation worthy consideration? ~

            We have always been divided in matters of government, ~ this is not news.

            To claim “One nation under God” is only to say the nation is one and not two or three accepting the dominion of a single creator. Why this need to attempt to make more out of a claim than it offers?

            At least she didn’t set herself on fire like some people have done to command attention.

            Your adversarial comments and position on this matter are being feed by your emotions and not your mind reinforces the need for separation of church and state in government as so many attempt to blur the line.

            You can be a good Christian without a loudspeaker or hanging a sign.

          • BrotherPatriot

            What was achieved…?
            Perhaps an increased awareness…a awareness that will eventually, naturally wash the unclean from their hidden niche’s…this we can hope at least as the average American becomes aware of the corruption of their dark brotherhood. (Read, “Brotherhood of Darkness”…by Dr. Stanley Monteith).
            Hooyah & God Bless.

          • Charlie

            When King Jesus Christ spoke to Paul at Acts 9 did The King speak with volume and much Light ?????????????
            Deer ,,. go stare at some headlights ,,,you ain’t seen The Light Yet!!!! Meanwhile … Praise King Jesus for Salvation and Healing … Acts 2:38 is salvation…

        • Laverl Turley

          Bull Crappy. If you can not talk to those that need to hear you than what is the purpose. That rule is asinine, meant to protect their hierarchy that they themselves have put themselves upon this fictitious Pedestal that they believe they are above others and can not be approached by the common person. The Common Person is the one that they are to serve, not vice-versus. I once heard some one state “in time of chaos, Rules are meant to be broken” this is that time. Thank God for her out burst, it was needed as a message to those hypocritical meanders that think they are above the law.

        • Dr. Lancelot Lipschitz

          You say:, “This stenographer was not taking into account Rule of Order, Respect for Opposition, or Freedom to Descent (Dissent)”…..Gee, that sounds a lot like Obummer & the LOONY TUNES LIBS!!!

        • Charlie

          Modern day “”Prophets”” can speak when they want , where they want , how they want… They are the First Rule of “Orders” from King Jesus Christ… See Ezekiel 3:18 … That also applies to female “Prophets”… Some times The King will send a female IF? the males have no gonads …

          • Deerinwater

            Well,there is no Federal money allocated for Prophets.

          • Charlie

            Read Public Law 97- 280,,, and you may see there is …..

    • Moshe McCarthy

      You are not 100% correct in saying religion is of man…it is inspired & bestowed by God, it is then corrupted by man who has been deceived by the dark forces. All the great religions have profound spiritual truths, but have been changed to keep the essential truths from man & to keep us divided.

      I suggest all seekers of truth, investigate & study, “The Teachings of The Ascended Masters”, of whom Jesus is one.

    • Charlie

      4truth,,, do you understand the “Truth” of Acts 2:38 ? Do you understand the Equation for “Truth” at Psalms 119:160 …. Meanwhile … Praise King Jesus for Salvation and Healing … Acts 2:38 is salvation…

      • thomas the doubter

        do you understand that “washing” was a religious act way long before “christians” adopted it? just more superstitious nonsense

        • Charlie

          Yes , I understand “Noah’s Flood” , Moses crossing the sea on dry land , and The Water of Baptism… Christians did not come on the scene until John The Baptist…. Washing is still a act of sanitation … Heathen ,? what is this superstitious nonsense you write of ???? Meanwhile … Praise King Jesus for Salvation and Healing … Acts 2:38 is salvation…

  • texian

    Americans enmeshed in the increasingly harsh American Empir, have begun to speak out. The news media has labeled most of them “whistleblowers,” though reporters probably will label this lady an unhinged religious fanatic. However, this sane Christian lady’s motive is the same as Snowden’s, Bradley’s, and other modern day Paul Reveres; viz., to heroically warn us of infringements of our personal liberty.

  • Kenneth

    I challenge anyone here who claims to be a “Freemason” to refute what this article states. The problem with Freemasonry is that they DENY every doctrine the Bible teaches about Jesus Christ, salvation, the sin nature of mankind, etc. Basically to become a Freemason, you basically have to deny everything the Bible teaches about Jesus Christ…

    Question: “What is Free Masonry and what do Free Masons believe?”

    Freemasonry, Eastern Star,
    and other similar “secret” organizations appear to be harmless
    fellowship gatherings. Many of them appear to promote belief in God.
    However, upon closer examination, we find that the only belief
    requirement is not that one must believe in the True and Living God, but
    rather, that one must believe in the existence of a “Supreme Being”,
    which includes the “gods” of Islam, Hinduism, or any other world
    religion. The unbiblical and anti-Christian beliefs and practices of
    this organization are partially hidden beneath an outward appearance of a
    supposed compatibility with the Christian faith. The following is a
    comparison of what the Bible says with the “official” position of

    Salvation from Sin:

    The Bible’s View: Jesus became the sinner’s sacrifice before God when He
    shed His blood and died as the propitiation (payment) for the sins of
    all those who would ever believe (Ephesians 2:8-9, Romans 5:8, John 3:16).

    Mason’s View: The very process of joining the Lodge requires Christians
    to ignore the exclusivity of Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. According
    to Freemasonry, a person will be saved and go to heaven as a result of
    his good works and personal self-improvement.

    The View of the Bible:

    The Bible’s View: The supernatural and plenary inspiration of the
    Scriptures—that they are inerrant and that their teachings and authority
    are absolute, supreme, and final. The Bible is the Word of God (2 Timothy 3:16, 1 Thessalonians 2:13).

    Mason’s View: The Bible is only one of several “Volume(s) of Sacred
    Law,” all of which are deemed to be equally important in Freemasonry.
    The Bible is an important book, only as far as those members who claim
    to be Christians are concerned, just as the Koran is important to
    Muslims. The Bible is not considered to be the exclusive Word of God,
    nor is it considered to be God’s sole revelation of himself to
    humankind; but only one of many religious sourcebooks. It is a good
    guide for morality. The Bible is used primarily as a symbol of God’s
    will, which can also be captured in other sacred texts, like the Koran
    or Rig Vedas.

    The Doctrine of God:

    The Bible’s View: There is one God. The various names of God refer to
    the God of Israel and reveal certain attributes of God. To worship other
    gods or to call upon other deities is idolatry (Exodus 20:3). Paul spoke of idolatry as a heinous sin (1 Corinthians 10:14) and John said that idolaters will perish in hell (Revelation 21:8).

    Mason’s View: All members must believe in a deity. Different religions
    (Christianity, Judaism, Islam, etc.) acknowledge the same God, only call
    Him different names. Freemasonry invites people of all faiths, even if
    they use different names for the ‘Nameless One of a hundred names,’ they
    are yet praying to the one God and Father of all.

    The Doctrine of Jesus and the Trinity:

    The Bible’s View: Jesus was God in human form (Matthew 1:18-24, John 1:1). Jesus is the second person of the trinity (Matthew 28:19, Mark 1:9-11). While on earth, He was fully human (Mark 4:38, Matthew 4:2) and fully divine (John 20:28, John 1:1-2, Acts 4:10-12). Christians should pray in Jesus’ name and proclaim Him before others, regardless of offense to non-Christians (John 14:13-14, 1 John 2:23, Acts 4:18-20).

    Mason’s View: There is no exclusivity in Jesus Christ or the Triune God
    who is the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; therefore there is no doctrine
    of the deity of Jesus Christ. It is deemed to be un-Masonic to invoke
    the name of Jesus when praying, or mention His name in the Lodge.
    Suggesting that Jesus is the only way to God contradicts the principle
    of tolerance. The name of Jesus has been omitted from biblical verses
    that are used in Masonic rituals. Jesus is on the same level as other
    religious leaders.

    Human Nature and Sin:

    The Bible’s View: All humans are born with a sinful nature, are totally depraved, and need a Savior from sin (Romans 3:23, Romans 5:12, Psalm 51:5, Ephesians 2:1). The Bible denies that because of the Fall, humanity has within itself the capacity for moral perfection (1 John 1:8-10, Romans 1:18-25).

    Mason’s View: Through symbols and emblems, Masons teach that man is not
    sinful, just “rude and imperfect by nature”. Human beings are able to
    improve their character and behavior in various ways, including acts of
    charity, moral living, and voluntary performance of civic duty. Humanity
    possesses the ability of moving from imperfection toward total
    perfection. Moral and spiritual perfection lies within men and women.

    When a Christian takes the oath of Freemasonry, he is swearing to the
    following doctrines that God has pronounced false and sinful:

    1. That salvation can be gained by man’s good works.

    2. That Jesus is just one of many equally revered prophets.

    3. That they will remain silent in the Lodge and not talk of Christ.

    4. That they are approaching the Lodge in spiritual darkness and
    ignorance, when the Bible says Christians are already in the light,
    children of the light, and are indwelt by the Light of the World—Jesus

    5. By demanding that Christians take the Masonic oath, Masonry leads
    Christians into blasphemy and taking the name of the Lord in vain.

    6. Masonry teaches that its G.A.O.T.U. [Great Architect of the
    Universe], whom Masonry believes is the true God of the universe, is
    representative of all gods in all religions.

    7. Masonry makes Christians take a universalist approach in their
    prayers, demanding a “generic” name be used so as not to offend
    non-believers who are Masonic “brothers”.

    8. By swearing the Masonic oath and participating in the doctrines of
    the Lodge, Christians are perpetuating a false gospel to other Lodge
    members, who look only to Masonry’s plan of salvation to get to heaven.
    By their very membership in such a syncretistic type organization, they
    have severely compromised their witnessing as Christians.

    9. By taking the Masonic obligation, the Christian is agreeing to allow
    the pollution of his mind, spirit, and body by those who serve false
    gods and believe false doctrines.

    As you can see, Masonry denies and contradicts the clear teaching of
    Scripture and numerous issues. Masonry also requires people to engage in
    activities which the Bible condemns. As a result, a Christian should
    not be a member of any secret society or organization that has any
    connection with Freemasonry.

    Read more:

    • Deerinwater

      well, thank you for your input and views, sounds like I’d make a good one if half of what you say is true.

    • Charlie

      Teddy ,,, lots of good Scriptures ,,, but ,, you left out Acts 2:38, and / or Galatians 3:27 , both are confirmed by 1 Peter 3:21… Routinely , John 3:16 by itself will not make you a Christian ,,, it MUST include , John 3:5 and John 3:22… John the Baptist was the cousin of King Jesus Christ …
      John came teaching Baptism for Salvation … King Jesus Christ spoke John 3:5 , it’s about “Baptism” ,,, routinely speaking there is NO Salvation without Baptism … The guy on The Cross was given a direct commission salvation by The King Himself… That’s called a battlefield Commission …
      The water of Baptism represents The Blood of King Jesus Christ … The Bible says ” without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness of Sin”..

    • Bob666

      I have seen this site before and I must also say that it is not correct in most of the information that it publishes.

      I have just two questions,

      First, have you even petitioned to join or have you ever been a member of a masonic lodge?

      Finally, Is this site or others the total source of your information?

      I am not here to do battle with you over what you might believe, I just seek to clarify what you believe and where you get the source of your information. I have been in the lodge system for a long time and would be willing to provide the resources that are both factual and accurate.

    • TexasOlTimer

      I know a number of individuals who are Masons and everyone of them is a devout Christian.

      • Sarah417

        My father was a Mason. He was a good man and caused no harm to anyone. Not a devout Christian, but a good man with moral principles, hard worker and family man.

        • TexasOlTimer

          I think most are. I think it comes down to the ‘secrecy’ portion of it – if you aren’t in on what happens, it’s gotta be something bad or evil. Many of our Founding Fathers were Masons and it appears they were smart, had moral principles and were religious.

    • thomas the doubter

      i’m only going comment on one point of your whole offering.

      ‘jesus became the sinner’s sacrifice…. payment for sins… who would ever believe’

      Step back from this for a moment and look how foolish it appears.

      According to the bible a) you are a sinner b) a sin requires payment

      c) if you believe in one who is sinless d) Oops! there are none that

      are born who are sinless e) if you believe someone else is able to remove

      your sin f) you are saved!

      Ok what this says is, that the supreme being created a fallible creature MAN,

      which is only acceptable if it is infallible, which by its nature cannot be, but then

      sends in a substitute, which if the fallible believe in ( a condition) then they are

      forgiven their transgressions. And all those that don’t agree to this are damned.

      Sounds more like a shell game( and really really childish!)

      Sounds like whosoever is in control, is actually playing a really really mean game.

      Actually sounds like those who pretend to be supreme, are in fact the evil trickster, that which you pretend the supreme being to be.

      You see the real supreme being doesn’t a) make conditions, b) mess with the mind of anyone, or c) be incongruous!

      The being you religious nuts honour, appears more in character to that being whom you

      fear, that which you label the “deceiver”.

      But taken one step further this ulterior plot is as ridiculous as the former plot, because then the

      supreme creator would be the one to allow a lesser creature ( your SATAN) to mess with humanity

      which would make the supreme being a conspirator, and a bit of a prick.

      So what’s left? Well how about a bunch of mis-guided superstitious nut bags who can’t or won’t see

      past their superstitious, narrow minds! A group that gives over its intellect and common sense to wild imaginings

      and pays homage to the simplest childish explanations of our forefathers.

      Wouldn’t be so bad except it makes this little world we call earth, a Hell on EARTH for the rest of the crowd!

      ( you know, fighting wars in the name of which ever god, which ever claim to the truth, which ever definition of

      the “right” happens to be popular at the time, which ever “HOLY INDIGNATION” that has claimed to be transgressed)



    • Vigilant

      Thank you. You have just presented compelling evidence (where it was accurate and unbiased) heavily in favor of Freemasonry.

      And, whether you realize it or not, you have closely approximated the principles outlined in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.

      You would do well to read the Bill of Rights, especially the First Amendment. You know, the part about freedom of religion which you would deny to Americans.

      • Charlie

        Vigilant ,,, once again your ignorance of The Constitution AND The Holy Bible is sticking way out past your doggie’s nose……..
        The First Amendment DOES NOT! give any person the freedom of “”religion”” ,,, BUT ,,, it does say the Government being established CANNOT establish a State or Government “”Church””… Notice , American History basically says in many places from 1620 on ,,, that America was Established by and for ,,, Free , White , Christian Men … Meanwhile … Praise King Jesus for Salvation and Healing … Acts 2:38 is salvation …

        • Vigilant

          Love it when bigoted people like you make a frail attempt to revise history. BTW, my understanding of the Constitution FAR exceeds any paltry second hand information you may have picked up along the way.

          You make the bogus claim that “the First Amendment DOES NOT! give any person the freedom of “”religion”” [sic].

          So, tell us who is NOT free to practice their religion in America? The First Amendment, to clear any cobwebs in your misunderstanding of it, says “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…”

          What part of “or prohibiting the free exercise thereof” needs clarification? IT IS THE ESSENCE OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM! I am not responsible for whatever screwy interpretation you may have attached to that beautifully clear and succinct statement by the Founders.

          Whatever you believe American history to have asserted as to the establishment of the Republic, Article V of the Constitution provided the framework for its amendment. Those amendments have brought into the electorate blacks, women, Muslims, Indians, Jews and any other group that holds citizenship in our great nation.

          Or are you a KKK member who would deny those freedoms to those who are not white Christian males?

          • Charlie

            vig” ,,, you are NOT a Bible believing “”Christian”” ,,,and you are “”Assuming”” a bunch of things that you have been brainwashed with by society and those you grew up around … Which was the first “Law Book” in America ? Who was William Bradford ? The Constitution says it is the highest law of the land ,,, what does “Land” mean???
            Certainly NOT the people!!!! Find in The Constitution where it says it over rules The Holy Bible? What does Public Law 97-280 mean? Who sign it into law under your Constitution??? You’re so low on information of U S History and World History , it’s incredible … Meanwhile …
            Praise King Jesus for Salvation and Healing… Acts 2:38 is salvation…

          • Vigilant

            “vig” ,,, you are NOT a Bible believing “”Christian”” [sic].

            DUH, you just figured that out?

          • Bob666

            Yo Vig,

            Charlie is smarter that the average bear-on Peyote.

          • Charlie

            Vig ,,, Ha ha hanhan ha nha ………thanks for the entertainment ,,,, you and YO YO are incredible ………..

    • BrotherPatriot

      Excellent, Kenneth. Excellent.

  • Ralph

    It is too bad they didn’t give her ten minutes to actually prepare a speech, of course that would have never happened. I’ll bet it would have been a good one.

    She had something troubling her, it troubles a lot of us, she got the mic and spoke
    as much of her mind as she could before she was stopped, bravo.

    We are suppose to be the home of the brave, she sure showed a lot of guts to do and say
    what she did. And it is true that even though God has patience long suffering, he won’t be mocked.
    He has been exceedingly patient with us, and we continue to legislate laws that contradict his laws.

    Who knows the four sins in the bible that cry to heaven for vengeance?????

    Murdering our innocent young by the tens of millions.
    Elevating sodomy to the same status as the sacrament of marriage.
    Depriving us of the fruits of our labor through confiscatory taxation.
    Our policies have destroyed the family, entered us in unjust wars, and created widows and orphans.

    Christianity still stands in the way of their policies, is it any wonder that the, shall we call them ‘evil’
    leaders, want to first target Christians, leading to its ultimate complete elimination, particularly from the arena of public opinion.

    Poor Dianne Reidy had a front row seat to all this for too long, she no doubt reached her limit of tolerance.

    May God Bless, protect and care for Dianne Reidy.

    As for the rest of us we need to pray for him to give us the courage to stand tall with her.

    • Laverl Turley

      At this moment, all I can say is AMEN….But it is not my final say.

    • BrotherPatriot

      Excellent post, Ralph. Ty for that…very much. Love to see Trueblood American’s standing up…God Bless ya’.

  • Sic Semper Tyrannis

    This woman belongs in the pantheon of true American patriots right up there with a lot of my personal heroes and heroines: James Trafficant, Jesse Ventura, Ron Paul, Edward Snowden, JFK, RFK, MLK, JFK Jr, Hale Boggs, William Cooper, William Colby, Michael Hastings, Gary Webb, Russell Tice, Andrew Breitbart, Pfc Bradley Manning, LtC Terry Lakin, DC Madam Jeannette Palfrey, and Senator Paul Wellstone. She’s a patriot, a heroine, and a soldier for Christ!

    • BrotherPatriot

      She does belong there…yet I must add that there are a few possible “mole’s” amongst your list. But yes, most have done tremendous work for us and We the People who are speaking out…stand upon their shoulders in order to do so.
      God Bless.

  • Sic Semper Tyrannis

    Nice to know we have a voice of reason among the 545 criminals.
    If any of us had the chance, we know we’d have said it, too! The 33rd
    Order of the Freemasons are located in the District of Criminals. They
    have key positions of gatekeeping authority
    in our government in all branches. Freemasons at this highest level
    are “Luciferians”, their “PC” version of satanism. Many of them are
    likely involved in the establishment of the NWO globalist government.
    Like their father, satan, they are quite adept and convincing at being pathological liars. Far too many roam the halls of Congress.
    The following is an excerpt from a true story written by a born-again
    Christian, Jim Shaw, who actually was initiated into the 33rd degree of Freemasons in Washington,
    District of Criminals. He encountered 2 former Presidents and a
    high-level government official in the ceremony. He talks of how they
    had an apparent disdain for Christianity when he was being interviewed
    before his initiation, and he explains the very un-Christian aspects of
    Freemasonry quite well.

    Albert Pike addressing the 23 Supreme Councils of the world on July
    14, 1889:- “To you, Sovereign Grand Instructors General, we say this,
    that you may repeat it to the Brethren of the 32nd, 31st and 30th degrees: ‘the Masonic Religion should be, by all of us initiates of the high degrees, maintained in the purity of the Luciferian Doctrine. . .”

    • BrotherPatriot

      Awesome work, Sic Semper Tyrannis.
      The Truth is the Truth is the Truth. God Bless us all during these troubling times & the fact that we as a Nation are waking up.
      I pray, “May God please protect, Dianne. Bring her back to the public spotlight so We the People can protect her.”

    • Bob666

      care to cite a real source?

      • Charlie

        YO YO ,,, The Holy Bible , been around for 2 thousand years before you were thought of,,, and NEVER been proven wrong….
        Is that a real source ?????????????????????????

  • Sic Semper Tyrannis

    She reminds me of Jesus in the Temple raising Hell with the moneychangers when he tumped over their tables saying, “It is written that my Father’s House shall be a House of prayer, but you have turned it into a den of thieves” and when He spoke TRUTH to power calling the Pharisees, the Sanhedrin government of His day, “a den of vipers”, “hypocrites”, and “the synagogue of satan”. These Criminals have given away over 23,000,000+ manufacturing jobs to foreign nations. Like Esau, they have sold out the American People and the middle class, the lifeblood and security of this nation, for Wall Street banksters’ money, much of which was stolen from the Amerikan People for the illicit bailouts they voted for as well.

  • Chris

    Hey……..whose side are you on? I’m trying to get the dirt here.

  • RobinPC

    I am amazed at many of the comments I have read on this page. It is obvious to me that since the so called “church” has stopped preaching the Bible, but rather turned to politically correctness, using watered down so called “versions” (newer and better) of the Bible have really no idea of what the Bible teaches or what God has to say. He is the same, yesterday, today and tomorrow, regardless of the thoughts of the people that “know better” than to trust God. It just makes me sick to see the degeneration of so called religion into something on the same playing field as a high school football game. If I was a young man (which I am not) I would not want anything to do with the so called Christianity that is practiced today. Politics, bread for the world, save a dog, and whatever has replaced the Grace of God in the pulpit. I hear some of you say, oh you are so self righteous, but that is not true, the truth is that I know the Truth and have been set free. It does not matter what you think, or what you say, as for me the Words of God have been sealed from the beginning of time, and nothing, not technology, not liberal schools, not politicians making anti godly laws, will change the Word of God.

    • Charlie

      Robin ,,, It’s very difficult to communicate with some one that is brainwashed ,,, 99% of white American males are brainwashed …. AND! ,,, We can prove “They” are brainwashed ,,,IF?,,, “They” will answer all our questions truthfully with what “They” THINK is the most Truthful knowledge “They” have at the moment the question is asked… First off We would have to define a bunch of terms and words , that most do not know… Take your comment for example , you used the word “God” among many other words and used a broad brush on the word “church” ,,, some “””Churches””” Do teach / Preach The Holy Bible in complete “”Contexts” and with “”Harmony”” … You gave no Scriptures to challenge low information people with … Meanwhile … Praise King Jesus for Salvation and Healing … Acts 2:38 is salvation …

    • BrotherPatriot

      Hooyah RobinPC…Hooyah. The instruction manual is within our hearts.
      God Bless.

  • S.C.Murf

    What most people fail to understand is the battle of Good vs Evil that goes on daily here on earth. There is a war on for your very soul. The choices one makes daily will determine weather you’ll be with the father for eternity or your life will be extinguished in the lake of fire. God does not make mistakes man does. And there will be no hiding at the white throne judgement. satan is the great deceiver and those of you following freemasons are being lied to and deceived. The organization is satanic and very secretive at the very top of the chain of command of which the lower class is not privy to, they would loose to many members. There are a lot of fine upstanding people in the masons but they know nothing about what their leaders are secretly doing and what they are worshiping. What people have to understand is that, to us humans, satan IS a higher power. So when you start praying to a higher power you better damn well know who you are talking to.

    getting down on your knees puts you in good standing with GOD the Father
    up the hill

    • thomas the doubter

      ‘The organization is satanic and very secretive at the very top of the chain of command of which the lower class is not privy to’

      and you know this how? i mean if its so “secret at the top” how do you know enough to make this statement? And what are the characteristics that make something “satanic”? and if you are enough acquainted with the goings on at the top does that mean you are in with the “satanic” crowd?
      … and another question what are the rules of engagement in this battle of GOOD vs EVIL… ie is “good” fighting for “truth and justice”and “evil” for “lies and confusion….. or does “EVIL” occasionally tell the truth and “GOOD” tell lies… if you are telling a fable about the secret goings on “at the top” are you doing it with the intent of upholding “GOOD”, defeating “EVIL” or are you attempting to CONFUSE GOOD WITH EVIL?
      Ms. Reidy said “you are… the sons of the devil” Does she have a license and training to make this judgement? Doesn’t the bible say “judge not and you shall not be judged”…. how does this work at the supreme court… if you don’t make a judgement how do you make a finding?……..It just goes on and on ….

      • thomas the doubter

        let me take it a little further…
        Can god break his own rules, because there appears to be a warning of a judgement, so it appears if god judges, will he be judged… and by whom? If god commands you to go to war and kill is that a sin. It appears that certain humans feel that have the god given right to KILL and JUDGE in “his” name, so doesn’t that sorta make them gods too? ( even if only in their own minds…. but then isn’t that breaking the ultimate rule of have “no other gods before…”)

        I think we should call a truce on this war between “GOOD and EVIL” its way too confusing, obviously too expensive and might just be imaginary… aka 1984’s perpetual conflict.

        ps to people like Ms. Reidy… ‘there is no war, so quite interrupting the proceedings……. but of course she might have been hired to take away the focus on the real issues…

        • BrotherPatriot

          Spin it however you want…Thomas the doubter…the Truth is the Truth is the Truth. Evil flourishes in darkness & secrecy.
          The ROOT level thinking in this life is this. Do you serve the positive power or the negative power? If you are in bed with the freemasons then you are in bed with the negative power. Good & God’s work is done in the Light of Day and not hidden in darkenss & secrecy which is where they ultimately dwell.
          God Bless the Truth.

          • Bob666

            Well BP,
            every been a member of a lodge?

          • BrotherPatriot

            I stand on the Truth of History.


            Letters and Addresses on
            by America’s 6th President
            John Quincy Adams

            First Published 1875

            This publication of Mr. Adams’ Letters on Freemasonry
            was undertaken because it was believed that so able and valuable a work should again be put in print in a style suitable for a place in libraries. Mr. Adams intensely hated all that he conceived to be wrong, and it will be seen that in these letters he, with all the fervor of his soul, labored to show the wrongs, corruptions, and blasphemies of the lodge.

            To the decadence of the order these letters greatly contributed; and when, after many years, it began to show signs of reviving Mr. Adams’ letters as they appear were published in a neat volume at Boston, with an eloquent introduction by Charles Francis Adams, two pages of which were omitted, as being deemed inappropriate to this publication.

            As will be seen by the letter in review of Mr. Sheppard’s
            defense of Freemasonry, Mr Adams endured abuse and misrepresentation long for his Antimasonic views before he came out in public to declare and defend those views.


          • Bob666

            I have seen this before and Adams did not like Freemasonry. Would you like me to send you information on the many that were Freemason?

            The most straightforward factual information that we have is the following:

            1. George Washington was a Freemason
            2. Benjamin Franklin was a Freemason
            3. James Monroe was a Freemason
            4. John Jay was a Freemason
            5. John Hancock was a Freemason
            7. Paul Revere was a Freemason
            8. John Paul Jones was a Freemason
            9. James Otis was a Freemason
            10. Between 9-13 signers of the Constitution were Freemasons depending on one’s source
            11. At least nine signers of the Declaration of Independence were Freemasons
            12. At least 33 (of 74) generals in the Colonial Army were Freemasons
            All of the above have been entered into the roles of lodges and specifically attended meetings.

            For specific information on Washington’s generals and founding fathers, visit the sites below.

            Among the many European Freemasons were Voltaire, John Locke, Haydn, and Mozart.

            I can provide you with real factual information that has been vetted and confirmed by real historians. What you are bring to the table is 96% myth and fiction.

            All you have to do is ask -an you shall recieve.




          • BrotherPatriot

            Yep…Ty for helping to show how long this conspiracy has been in the planning. Our Constitution as most American’s know it is a rough version of the Masonic Constitution. (Go ahead & research that.)
            These people at the highest levels are adept at working both ends of the rope against one another & then mopping up the remains…furthering their Agenda. Believe me, these people have been working behind the scenes now for a very long time predating when they were called the Knights Templar. So…say what you want Mr.666…your lies and links are as transparent as to who you actually serve. May you & others like you convert your energy to the positive God…before your mortal coil gives out. Hooyah & God Bless.

          • Bob666

            Well BP,
            you never did answer my question……..
            every been a member of a lodge?

          • BrotherPatriot

            Thank God, No…but this guy was…
            and this guy was…

            and this guy…well, I’ll just leave off on the above two as it doesn’t matter how many I post for you & others…you will believe what you want to believe in and spin it as you need/wish.
            Oh…look up John Todd as well who was a former member who began to speak out but was framed into a psyche ward where he “mysteriously” vanished.
            Blood Oaths… Rrriiiggghhhttt….
            “Thank you my lord God for helping me & others see the Truth…for helping us help others see as well.”
            Hooyah & God Bless.

          • Bob666

            So what you are saying is; for facts, you got squat.

            Let;s see here, Harmon R. Taylor kicked out of his lodge.

            Duane Washum is a real story.

            Heard of both before. Guys like you go and drag the net for any derogatory information that you can find and post it as you have. There is not fact, only opinion and speculation with out any real experience or factual knowledge.

            You will believe what you want, unfortunately, you seek to win an argument, not seek the truth or facts.

          • BrotherPatriot

            I have squat? History is squat? History is the facts and that is indeed what was posted above with just a FEW examples. Those men’s real life experiences are not opinions…they are facts. Research John Todd and listen to the hours of lectures he made at colleges, etc…those aren’t opinions…those are his real life experiences. Read what John Q Adams wrote…a former presidents warnings and experiences, his research into the matter are just “opinions?” I have spent hours, days, weeks, months, and years reading & listening to John Q Adams, John Todd, Thaddeus Stevens, Thurlow Weed, William Cooper, Aaron Russo, Albert Pike, various Rothschilds & sooo many others through History. Many who have acted like the sirens to the dangers that the secret societies represent to our great nation and as I have shown…I even have read the words from the criminals themselves and their books. HISTORY…provides all the answers that any unbiased, true to the evidence researcher needs to discover what REALLY is going on in this world. That’s how it started for me…and I even tried to discount the information & prove it wrong…only to in the end, surrender to the Truth. HERE is the Truth, my brothers & sisters…there is a group of people, spread through out the world & in various nations that all follow the same common Agenda to help destroy the sovereignty of all Nations in order to bring about a one world government called the New World Order. The vehicle of the Freemasons was infiltrated and then twisted to this end by members of the Illuminati. Though there are some very good men in that brotherhood…they are there (blue lodge) to provide the buffer, the human face to the rest of humanity…in order to help provide cover for what really is going on at the upper levels of their order. They say in Morals & Dogma that they worship Lucifer the lightbringer. Discount, twist it how you want, Mr666…but in the end, the simple fact above written within their “revered” book is part of History and the Truth is the Truth is the Truth. Hooyah & God Bless the Truth.

          • Bob666

            I believe that you spend way too much time on the internet and believe that everything you find on the internet is true?

            So very sad!

          • BrotherPatriot


          • Bob666

            Yes BP, I agree, your logic and resoning is Very Feeble

          • S.C.Murf

            Amen Brother Patriot.

            up the hill

      • S.C.Murf

        you are a fool, enjoy your TIME of freedom for it is short.

        up the hill

      • Charlie

        tom ,,, all the answers to your questions are right there in The Holy Bible ,,, but ,,, you “”Think”” you are smarter than God,,, and are in rebellion to The Boss that created you ……………….
        Meanwhile … Praise King Jesus for Salvation and Healing … Acts 2:38 is salvation…

  • Sarah417

    She is up close and personal and has been for twenty years. That is saying all that needs to be said. She sees these frauds for just exactly what they all are all of them frauds. Soulless, evil frauds. They will burn in hell.


    she finally heard and saw enough corruption and she went off!-plain and simple.
    and now we will see her get a big fat pension,for 20 years,and you can bet it will be attached to a “gag”order!

  • Debbie Biersdorfer

    She just made the statement, that most of us feel. This is no longer one Nation under God.

  • John Rodgers

    It’s just outbursts for now. There’s more to come.

  • Jeff Sam

    The bravest most aware person, in this country.

  • BrotherPatriot

    It’s getting stranger & stranger…

    • BrotherPatriot

      I truly wonder what she was actually saying up at that podium…?

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